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Neoweb4u|Ex-Google tech lead TechLead explains how a lot a Software program Engineer makes in Silicon Valley. Try my new program CoderPro …

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  1. Yeah, 60k in Japan is a senior/lead dev salary.

  2. me in the Philippines: bro the senior i.t here are making only P100k ($2000)

  3. Entry level dev here. All you do is learn all day every day when you're new, and it probably never changes. Not everyone can do this job.

  4. Does anyone know the title or have a link to the video where he talks about being able to read machine code and says it was a poem written by a computer about being different from all of the other computers….and not needing to go outside because the light from his monitor sustains him?

  5. meanwhile in Portugal a Game Developer earns 10k yearly and you cant even afford renting a room.

  6. It’s definitely important to emphasize that the actual salary is almost always less than 200k, but it’s stock that increases that. This isn’t really “income” they’re unrealized gains so that income is very variable, especially if the market isn’t doing so well.

  7. This guy makes me….. … Grind hard at CSE

  8. What is Indian salary in the software engineering

  9. Very true, Money is never enough. Do a job which make you happy. This is the best episode of TechLead.

  10. Companies paying $150k base don't offer $350k stock each year, vesting over 4 years. Most of the high salary is based on past realized returns of the stock and the assumption that the stock will continue to grow 50% or more per year over the next few years. Could replicate similar returns by taking $50-100k / year and putting it all into option call LEAPs on FANG stocks.

  11. First, BIG CONGRATULATIONS on a video that starts right out answering the question posed in the Title. Most of these videos are just lonely people babbling on and saying nothing. Every minute of your video was passing on knowledge to the rest of us. BUT big salaries don't mean much when you have to live in a "high rent" area. Your brother may be dollars ahead by earning $ 60K in Japan compared to $ 120K in Silicon Valley. The people are probably a lot nicer to be around instead of the pretentious, plastic California people. And if you work in New York City – where do you park your car? There's a reason why so many New York workers live in surrounding States. But, then again, there's the long traffic commute. In California, do you have to drive 50 miles one way in congested traffic to get to work? Salary isn't everything when considering quality of life. Two or three hours per day in traffic on top of an 8 hour work day doesn't leave much time for fun. Your buying power of a $ 250K salary in Silicon Valley or New York City may be no more than that of a $ 60K salary in Hartford, CT or Fort Worth, TX. Salary numbers don't mean everything. Food, rent and housing costs in high rent areas are all proportionately higher, too. That brings up an interesting point – HOW ABOUT DOING A VIDEO TELLING US WHY YOU AREN'T A LEVEL 6 ENGINEER IN SILICON VALLEY ANYMORE. If all that money is so great then why did you leave? Did the quality of life suck?

  12. Lol, can I come live with you and you teach me to be a software Engineer?

  13. Here's how it's done. Get a $300,000 software developer job in silicon valley. Then pay some developer in India more skilled than you $20,000 a year to do your job. Then go to your workplace where all day you play Nerf football with your coworkers and do day-trading.

  14. Yes but silicon valley living expenses are 100% more expensive than the rest of the US.. A house there to buy is more than a million..

  15. Why not to just do SAP/Salesforce/BI/SharePoint? Wooping salaries and sometimes even nothing to do… 🙄

  16. 300k? 400k? Here in Myanmar software engineer's salary is around $1000 per month and that's for those who has experience over 3years or something like that.If you are a junior level you get around $400per month.300k? 400k? We can't even dream that amount of incomes sadly.Btw we are still under the coup.We want Democracy.

  17. After I got a degree in chemical engineering, I saw how much software engineers make, taught myself for a few months, and got a 120k job working remotely. This is the industry. All others can't even come close to comparing.

  18. Good advice man. This is the best video i've seen by you.

  19. Is computer codeing ok to learn

  20. techlead: you hear ppl saying your salary will be 6 figures, 100k

    me: 😀

    techlead: but the reality is

    me: D:

    techlead: its way more than that

    me: :DDDDDDDDDDDD

  21. They make more than they deserve (myself included)

  22. A lot of techleads videos are satire masked with some knowledge.. or vice versa.. but this one was pretty much all legit.

  23. My last software dev job paid 70k/year and I paid about 10k/year for benefits. last few contract jobs were 45$/hour.

    But I guess they wouldn't be considered software engineer jobs, but programming jobs that required some engineering.

    location: ohio

  24. The question is, sure, you can make 600k in a silicon valley— but with the cost of living increase, is that REALLY a lot of money? Asking as a Texan.

  25. I really like this one, thank you

  26. love how you flex everytime🤧💞

  27. You could do a YouTube short about how to get a date( as a millionaire)

  28. Ok. Now how do I become a software engineer?…lol

  29. Programming was the second hardest subject I ever took after accounting. They make chemistry seem like child's play in comparison.

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